In a given electric field, $$\beta-particles $$ are deflected more than $$\alpha-particles$$ in spite of $$\alpha-particles$$ having larger charge.
The electron density in the XY plane in 3dx2 - y2 orbital is zero
Gamma rays are electromagnetic radiations of wavelengths of 10-6 to 10-5 cm
The energy of the electron in the 3d-orbital is less than that in the 4s-orbital in the hydrogen atom.
JEE Advanced Subjects
Units & Measurements Motion Laws of Motion Work Power & Energy Impulse & Momentum Rotational Motion Properties of Matter Heat and Thermodynamics Simple Harmonic Motion Waves Gravitation
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Structure of Atom Redox Reactions Gaseous State Equilibrium Solutions States of Matter Thermodynamics Chemical Kinetics and Nuclear Chemistry Electrochemistry Solid State & Surface Chemistry
Periodic Table & Periodicity Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure Isolation of Elements Hydrogen s-Block Elements p-Block Elements d and f Block Elements Coordination Compounds Salt Analysis
Quadratic Equation and Inequalities Sequences and Series Mathematical Induction and Binomial Theorem Matrices and Determinants Permutations and Combinations Probability Vector Algebra and 3D Geometry Statistics Complex Numbers